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Bayern Munich hosted by Fenerbahçe Beko


Fenerbahçe Beko Men’s Basketball Team is hosting Bayern Munich in the 26th week (postponement) match of the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague 2021-22 season. The match to be played at Ülker Sports and Event Hall on Monday, April 4 (tomorrow) at 20.45 will be broadcast live by beIN Sports 3.

The latest situation in Fenerbahçe Beko

Our team lost 57-66 to Alba Berlin in Turkish Airlines EuroLeague on Tuesday, March 29, and had nine victories after 25 matches. Melih Mahmutoğlu scored 16 points in our team.

In the last match of the ING Basketball Super League, Fenerbahçe Beko beat HDI Sigorta Afyon Municipality 61-99 and continued its leadership by winning the 21st match in the 26th match. In our team, Markel Starks was the top scorer with 18 points.

Fenerbahce Beko’s Nando De Colo will not be able to play in this competition due to his injury.

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About Bayern Munich:

Bayern Munich is one of the most well-known sports clubs in the world. Bayern’s roots in basketball can be traced back to 1946, and at that time our opponent was noted for his 1968 German Cup victory, as well as two local championships in 1954 and 1955.

Bayern, which made its European stage for the first time in the 1968-69 season in the Cup Winners’ Cup, later declined and regressed to the German second league in 1974. Having almost disappeared in the following period, Bayern took over the license of Düsseldorf Magic in 2008 and returned to the German second division.

Having established a strong team with Germany National Team players Steffen Hamann and Demond Greene as well as head coach Dirk Bauermann, Bayern dominated the second league and returned to the first league in 2011. Competing in the Eurocup by taking wild cards in the 2011-12 season, Bayern also succeeded in playing the Play-offs in the German league. Experienced coach Svetislav Pesic took office before the 2012-13 season, while successful guard duo Tyrese Rice and Yotam Halperin played an important role in Bayern’s finishing of the league’s regular season in fourth place in Germany and making it to the Play-off semi-finals.

Competing for the first time in the EuroLeague in 2013-14, Bayern Munich showed the success of playing the Top 16. In the domestic league, the Munich team beat MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg, EWE Baskets Oldenburg and ALBA Berlin, respectively, and reached their first championship after 1955. Coach Pesic and US guard Malcolm Delaney were the most recognizable faces of this team.

In the next two seasons, Bayern said goodbye to the EuroLeague in the first round, and was eliminated by Valencia in 2015 and Galatasaray in 2016 in the Eurocup. Bayern, who got stuck in Bamberg in the final and semi-final rounds of the German league in 2015 and 2016, reached the championship in 2018 by passing Alba Berlin with a 3-2 final series. Bayern Munich also played in the semi-finals of the Eurocup this season.

Bayern Munich missed the Playoffs with a single win in the EuroLeague 2018-19 season, but repeated this success for the second time in a row by reaching the championship in the German League.

In the 2020-21 season, Bayern finished the regular season in fifth place with 21 wins. Bayern, which was eliminated 3-2 against Milan in the playoffs, reached the championship in the German Cup.

Bayern Munich, which has five German League and three German Cup championships in its museum, represents German basketball at the highest level.

Latest situation and pre-match notes in Bayern Munich:

The staff of Bayern Munich, which is coached by Andrea Trinchieri, includes the following names:

guards: Corey Walden, Zan Sisko, Nihad Dedovic, Nick Weiler-Babb, Jason George, Joshua Obiesie, Ognjen Jaramaz, Andreas Obst, Aleksa Vucetic, Darrun Hilliard
Forwards: Vladimir Lucic, Paul Zipser, DeShaun Thomas, Augustine Rubit, Gavin Schilling, Christian Skladanowski
pivots: Othello Hunter, Leon Radosevic
RAM: Andrea Trinchieri

Bayern Munich has 13 wins in 25 matches in EuroLeague this season and qualified for the Playoffs. Our opponent beat Red Star 82-57, which he faced on Friday, April 1 in his last EuroLeague match. Augustine Rubit was the most influential player in Bayern with 22 points and 5 rebounds. DeShaun Thomas had 16 points and Ognjen Jaramaz 12 points.

Andrea Trinchieri’s students won 19 in the Bundesliga, where they played 26 matches. Bayern lost 106-75 to Ewe Baskets Oldenburg on Saturday, April 2nd. The most influential players of the Munich representative in this match were Jason George with 20 points and Josh Obiesie with 18 points.

Team statistics – offense (Fenerbahce Beko – Bayern Munich):

Scored: 74.7 – 74.6
2 numbers: 56.8% – 51.0%
3 numbers: 33.0% – 37.0%
Free throws: 75.2% – 79.8%
Rebound: 31.9 – 30.6
Assists: 18.1 – 13.8
Stealing: 8.1 – 6.1
Block: 2.0 – 1.6

Team statistics – defense (Fenerbahce Beko – Bayern Munich):

Number lost: 74.3 – 74.4
2 numbers: 53.1% – 54.8%
3 points: 34.6% – 35.3%
Free throws: 81.2% – 76.6%
Rebound: 32.9 – 32.1
Assists: 16.2 – 14.3
Stealing: 7.6 – 5.5
Block: 2.2 – 1.9

Statistics leaders (Fenerbahce Beko – Bayern Munich):

Number: Jan Vesely 13.4 – Vladimir Lucic 13.0
rebound: Jan Vesely 5.3 – Othello Hunter 5.2
assist: Pierria Henry 4.0 – Nick Weiler-Babb 2.7
dribbling: Pierria Henry 1.8 – Nick Weiler-Babb 1.2
Productivity: Jan Vesely 17.6 – Vladimir Lucic 15.2

Past matches:

Fenerbahce Beko has won seven of the 10 matches it has played in EuroLeague with its rival so far.

In the first half of the 2021-22 season in the EuroLeague, Bayern Munich won the match played in Munich on 16 November 71-63. Marko Guduric scored 16 points and Jan Vesely scored 12 points in this match. Vladimir Lucic scored 22 points and Corey Walden 16 points for Bayern.

2021-22 – Regular season – Bayern Munich 71-63 Fenerbahçe Beko
2020-21 – Regular season – Bayern Munich 68-77 Fenerbahce Beko
2020-21 – Regular season – Fenerbahçe Beko 71-75 Bayern Munich
2019-20 – Regular season – Fenerbahçe Beko 90 – 82 Bayern Munich
2018-19 – Regular season – Bayern Munich 90 – 86 Fenerbahçe Beko
2018-19 – Regular season – Fenerbahçe Beko 88 – 84 Bayern Munich
2015-16 – Regular season – Bayern Munich 67 – 84 Fenerbahce
2015-16 – Regular season – Fenerbahçe 74 – 67 Bayern Munich
2014-15 – Regular season – Fenerbahçe Ülker 87 – 81 Bayern Munich
2014-15 – Regular season – Bayern Munich 86 – 93 Fenerbahçe Ülker



Source:fenerbahce.org

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